Slovakian Kuvac

Slovakian Kuvac
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Overview: The Slovakian Kuvac has been around since the 1600s. The breed nearly became extinct in the early 20th century and was brought back by a few breeders dedicated to the dog. They have been used to guard flocks, for hunting and in search and rescue. This
Breed Group: Flock Guard
Weight (lbs): 66-99
Height (in): 22-28
Colors: white
Coat: The top coat is thick and medium length and the under coat is dense and soft.
Character: The Slovakian Kuvac is strong, independent and loyal.
Temperament: Slovakian Kuvacs are good with the children in the family, but are very protective of their kids. They are suspicious of people they don't know.
Care: The coat on this breed sheds heavily. They need to be brushed at least twice each week and bathed a few times each year.
Training: The Slovakian Kuvac is independent and can be stubborn when training. They need a dominant owner who is willing to put a lot of effort into the training process.
Activity: This is a working breed and needs a lot of exercise every day. If they are bored, they can be destructive.
Country of Origin: Afghanistan
Life Expectancy: 11-13
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